fairest of the fair pageant 2010! who's gonna win?

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wonderinn

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Aug 3, 2010
 
who's gonna be the new fairest of the fair for greene county for 2010??
YeaBuddy

Smyrna, TN

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Aug 3, 2010
 
There wasn't many that entered. I'm gonna say that Dye girl
homieg423

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Aug 8, 2010
 
i think courtney will win. i doubt that some of those skuds will even place.
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Aug 9, 2010
 

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The girls were all beautiful. Courtney Gosnell won Fairest of the Fair. Congratulations!
Be nice, people. You're talking about young women here. It's a local pageant, not Miss America. No need to be rude and hurtful. The contestants were all pretty girls.
Vain

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Aug 10, 2010
 
I think these girls who enter these pageants are usually in need of attention and have to enter these contests for validation of their beauty. I understand that Courtney had a "coach", which was Autumn Malone who won the pageant several years ago. I mean really, you take this county beauty pageant serious enough to get someone to coach you? Come on people.

I gotta get back to watching Toddlers & Tiaras on TLC... Freak shows...
mimi

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Aug 10, 2010
 
Its a COUNTY FAIR for crissakes! Who cares if they had a coach? Thats what they do in pageants. If these girls were really in need of "validation" I'm sure their sights would be set higher than the local fair.
Jealousy is an ugly thing... and to be catty on a site like this one... whats the point?
justsayin

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Aug 11, 2010
 
Any ideas on tonight?
mizz sayers

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Aug 13, 2010
 
my niece madelin sayers was first runner up,she won two years ago.GO MADELIN!
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Aug 13, 2010
 
mizz sayers wrote:
my niece madelin sayers was first runner up,she won two years ago.GO MADELIN!
nice :) Congrats!
Lady of Character

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Aug 16, 2010
 
The Fairest of the Fair winner always needs to be a lady of character, setting a moral example for the young women in Greene County.
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Aug 16, 2010
 

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Lady of Character wrote:
The Fairest of the Fair winner always needs to be a lady of character, setting a moral example for the young women in Greene County.
I can name a few years that was lacking. Some of them were more like sperm donation centers (KB).
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Aug 16, 2010
 
this pagants are for pedos and loser parents to exploit there children
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Aug 16, 2010
 
Those who have coaches usually are wanting to achieve a higher title... In anything you do you have training or coaches for.. why should pageants be any different... I entered pageants to help me get scholarships for college and it worked... due to scholarships I won I am able to go to college...I think pageants are great...my parents have never pushed me to do a single pageant... I have been doing them since I was three... It all started cause I wanted to be like my older sister and wear pretty clothes..oh and what little girl doesnt want to be like a princess... as i got older i enjoyed them even more...
kate

Greeneville, TN

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Aug 16, 2010
 
I think it takes alot of personal talent to win a pageant or even participate. there alot more to it than beauty
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Aug 17, 2010
 

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The biggest element is in "who you know". In a small town like Greeneville -- someone always knows someone who is kin to someone, and on and on and on -- yeah, that is definitely how it works -- always has been always will be.
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Aug 18, 2010
 
I heard that Courtney girl was having an affair with some older guy. No idea if its true---just heard somebody say it in the crowd at the pageant. Probably some hater though. She deserved to win--a real pretty girl I think.
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Aug 18, 2010
 
Vain wrote:
I think these girls who enter these pageants are usually in need of attention and have to enter these contests for validation of their beauty. I understand that Courtney had a "coach", which was Autumn Malone who won the pageant several years ago. I mean really, you take this county beauty pageant serious enough to get someone to coach you? Come on people.
I gotta get back to watching Toddlers & Tiaras on TLC... Freak shows...
I wouldnt advise you to get on here and run your mouth. What are you mad cause Autumn wouldn't coach your ugly a$$?
Suzi Q

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Sep 2, 2010
 

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First, if you don't like pageants, don't enter. For those who say it is all about the parents, you don't know what you are talking about. Pageants are nerve wracking, expensive, and time consuming--like most hobbies that kids love. I don't particularly enjoy them, but my daughters do so I support them.

Second, be careful about saying it is all who you know. I used to think that before my daughters became involved in pageants. Guess what? We don't know anyone with any kind of influence, and my daughter won.

Third, my daughter is a pretty girl who has lots of friends and is successful in school. She doesn't need more attention. She did well in the gene lottery (ha ha!), and she uses that to her advantage. I believe in life you use what God gave you. ha ha! If she were tall and especially athletic, no one would complain that she wanted to play sports. You would say it is a shame if she didn't. She's pretty and graceful so she uses that to win pageants, and they win prizes along with the crown. Some day, if she chooses to keep competing, I hope she wins scholarship money for college. No one would blame the parent of an athlete for saying if this talent is what God gave him/her, we want to get her all the help we can to use it to our advantage. She's cute. If a pageant coach will help her win scholarships, we might use them. No apologies.
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Sep 3, 2010
 
Suzi Q wrote:
First, if you don't like pageants, don't enter. For those who say it is all about the parents, you don't know what you are talking about. Pageants are nerve wracking, expensive, and time consuming--like most hobbies that kids love. I don't particularly enjoy them, but my daughters do so I support them.
Second, be careful about saying it is all who you know. I used to think that before my daughters became involved in pageants. Guess what? We don't know anyone with any kind of influence, and my daughter won.
Third, my daughter is a pretty girl who has lots of friends and is successful in school. She doesn't need more attention. She did well in the gene lottery (ha ha!), and she uses that to her advantage. I believe in life you use what God gave you. ha ha! If she were tall and especially athletic, no one would complain that she wanted to play sports. You would say it is a shame if she didn't. She's pretty and graceful so she uses that to win pageants, and they win prizes along with the crown. Some day, if she chooses to keep competing, I hope she wins scholarship money for college. No one would blame the parent of an athlete for saying if this talent is what God gave him/her, we want to get her all the help we can to use it to our advantage. She's cute. If a pageant coach will help her win scholarships, we might use them. No apologies.
While you may have felt a need to vent -- this probably just put your daughter in a very difficult spot with the other children. Sometimes it is better to just let the jealous ones have a say and then go away than to respond to their childish words. As a mother, I understand, yet at times we have to let them experience all sides of a situation -- and that is tough.
Suzi Q

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Sep 4, 2010
 

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Not sure how what I said that would put my daughter in a difficult position? You--nor anyone on here-- knows who she is or what pageants she has won, what years, or where. My point is lots of people have talents/gifts/skills/looks whatever that they use to their advantage.

If my making valid points to support all the girls who compete and the parents who choose to support them puts her in a difficult position, I am sure she can handle it.:)

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